COMMUNITY FORUM DECEMBER 12TH
And the winner is...
Peggy Pratt is the Winner of the $50 Bon Appetite Gift Card!
Paula congratulated Peggy who is an Early Childhood Educator at East Ridge Community School.
Peggy was the 1st person to answer the 9 Website Contest questions correctly and sending her responses in.
cONGRATS Lannie, Susan and Melanie! Enjoy!
Lannie Tigert, ECE at Bruce Peninsula District School,
Susan Denouden, ECE at Paisley Central School
and Melanie Barclay, EA at Owen Sound District Secondary School,
winners of a $25.00 Bon Appetite Gift Card for answering
the 9 Website Contest questions correctly.
status of Women Newsletter
Check out the Member's Only page to find the Status of Women section. You will find the Status of Women Newsletter 2017-18 Issue 1!
On The Front Page...
We've added a new link on the front page of our website! Click the Educators Financial Group logo, it is linked to the EFG website.
There's lots of great information!
"We’re owned by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) and have been since the start. Where traditional financial institutions saw risk with clientele from the education community, we saw stability and the opportunity to step in and provide solutions to your financial challenges. And, we continually enhance our services to elevate your client experience. Whether you’re looking to obtain a mortgage, for investment advice,or financial planning, we’ll provide the best educator-specific options to help you reach your life goals."
Website contest winners!
Congratulations Peggy Pratt, ECE East Ridge! Winner of the....
Honourable Mentions Go To...
Susan Denounden-ECE, Paisley Central School
Lannie Tigert-ECE, Bruce Peninsula District School
Melanie Barclay, EA, Owen Sound District Secondary School
All will receive a $25 Bon Appetit gift card!
Thank you for visiting the OSSTF District 7 Website, answering all 9 questions correctly, submitting the answers to Paula using the "Contact Paula" section of our webpages!
Thank You for participating!
November 02nd, 2017
Twenty years ago, Ontario education workers took their fight against the Conservative government’s education overhaul to the picket line in what is still the largest education political protest in North America. From October 27-November 7, 1997, over 165,000 education workers stood firm and put themselves on the line to protect public education and oppose Bill 160.